After a long pause, we’re happy to present a new release of NeatMouse.
Having a version 1.03.001, it opens a road for the long-awaited features.
In particular, today’s release contains:
- an updated main window. The settings are slightly rearranged now, and by default only the most used ones are shown. A special switch in the toolbar now will serve to display all available settings:
- ”sticky keys” feature. It can be used to activate “press and hold” mouse action, which might be useful to perform drag&drop or massive selection of items. For example, if you have sticky keys modifier set up, you can hold it and press the key responsible for left mouse button event. Now your left mouse button is “trapped“ and considered as still pressed even after you release all the keys. To “untrap” it, just press once again the sticky keys modifier – or the key bound to your trapped mouse button. In the same way you can “make sticky” the middle mouse key – this could be useful, for instance, if you want to achieve automatic scrolling.
Have a perfect summer and stay tuned – more releases are to come!